ReFrame seeks to address systemic barriers and cultivate gender parity at every level in film, TV and media.
Our core belief is that inclusive representation in media can transform the world.
Introducing the ReFrame Stamp
ReFrame and IMDBPro announce a new collaboration to recognize standout gender-balanced Film and TV projects, the ReFrame Stamp.
Congratulations to the 2017 ReFrame Stamp recipients!
ReFrame is now accepting submissions for 2018 Narrative and Animated Feature Films
Fifty Hollywood leaders and influencers, including studio heads, agency partners, senior network executives, talent and guild representatives have come together with Women In Film and Sundance Institute to create a formal action plan to further gender parity in the media industry.
Formerly known as the Systemic Change Project, ReFrame builds on four years of research in collaboration with the Media, Diversity and Social Change Initiative at USC Annenberg and an October 2015 convening of this group. Our unique strategy involves a peer-to-peer approach, in which ReFrame Ambassador teams engage senior industry decision-makers.
Photo Credits | Banner Images: #1 Oct. 2015 Systemic Change Project Convening, by Kawai Matthews. #2 Director Aisling Chin-Yee on the set of Sound Asleep (2014), by Jan Thijs. #3 Director Isabelle Giroux on the set of Loup-Garou (Werewolf) (2014), by Rafi Leuwenkroon. #4 Executive Producer Stephanie Allain on the set of Dear White People (2017). | Image Scroll: #1 Director Emily Gan filming Cavebirds (2018). #2, #3, #5, #7, #9 Oct. 2015 Systemic Change Project Convening, by Kawai Matthews. #4 Director Angy Jammal on the set of Ya Mrayti (My Mirror) (2015), by Farres Jammal. #6 Director Catherine Hardwicke on the set of Twilight (2008). #8 Producer Nina Jacobson on the set of The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2 (2015). #10 Director Kimberly Peirce on the set of Stop-Loss (2008), by Richard Ruiz.